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Last chance to book for SFHA Development Conference

15 March, Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

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Time is running out to book your place for our Development Conference, which is taking place next Tuesday (15 March) at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. 

Don’t miss your chance to hear from Cabinet Secretary for Housing Shona Robison as well as senior civil servants and construction sector experts on key issues such as the new Affordable Housing Supply Programme, changes to building regulations, and net zero targets. 

If you are planning on attending the conference, please book one of our remaining places as soon as possible, via our website, to avoid disappointment.  

Click here to book your place.

Affordable Housing Supply Programme 2022–2026

Speakers:
 Caroline Dicks, Scottish Government; Sally Thomas, SFHA; Lindsay Lauder, Wheatley Group; and Bill Banks, Kingdom Housing Association. 

This session will look at the new Affordable Housing Supply Programme and provide delegates with an overview of the updates to the programme and the grant investment benchmarks underpinning it.

Current and Future Development (modern methods of construction and net zero) 

Speakers: Gillian Campbell, Gillian Campbell Consulting; Mark Turley, Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and Scottish Government; Jennifer Higgins, Wee House Company; Diana MacLean, Riverside Scotland; and Neil Wilson Prior, Eildon Housing Association.  

This session will look at the Scottish Government’s work on its off-site construction strategy, hear from those who have adopted modern methods of construction in their developments and consider the wider role of the housing sector and construction industry in the journey to net zero.  

Workshop topics include:

  • Section six new building regulations – what will these changes mean? 
  • Developing in rural communities: challenges and opportunities 
  • Housing for varying needs 
  • Digital connectivity in existing and new developments  

Ticket prices start at: 

  • £229 for SFHA members 
  • £319 for non-members

When you book two day-places, you will get a third place for free. Places must be from the same organisation and be booked at the same to time to qualify for the discount. 

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